ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Deaconess Felicia Elebiola, 82 years old, born on February 7, 1939, and passed away on May 16, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Seyi Ogundele on July 15, 2021
Mama Elebiola! An amazing , caring, loving and prayerful mother. You took a very special interest in my 1st daughter and so we called you Sewa"s Grandma.
Thank you for your love, care and prayers. Thank you for always checking up even when it was awkward.
Thank you for all those words of wisdom and encouragement. My girls and I will miss you greatly.
Rest well Mama.
Posted by David Omotosho on July 14, 2021
Mama Elebiola, may your gentle soul rest peacefully in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ forever Ma. All of us at your old Church CAC UK, shall continue to miss you and we all love you, but the Lord loves you more, so he decided to take you back to the heavenly home to rest. Adieu Mama.
Elder A D Omotosho
Secretary
For and on behalf of myself,
my family and the entire
Members of CAC UK
London
Posted by Hefsiba Oyedokun on July 14, 2021
May mama gentle soul rest in perfect peace
Posted by Elizabeth AdepojuB on July 14, 2021
Auntie,i still cant belief you are no longer with us physically.I think about you all the time as i missed our charts at least twice a week.You loved people and God.You loved life and you remained true to yourself.Adieu my hard working,elegant and kind auntie.May you have eternal rest in HIM Sincere condolence to all the family.May the Lord comfort you all.AMEN
Posted by Janet anike Akinmboni on July 14, 2021
May mama's  soul  continue  to  rest  in  perfect  peace. 
Song in our dialect __ Maa  sun  olufe ko sin ma simi, gbe ori le aya olugbalare, afe o sugbon  Jesu  fe o ju,  sunre, sunre , sunre. 
Good  night  mama , we missed  you.
Posted by David Omotosho on July 13, 2021
Your passing left us with a heavy heart but I am assured you are now in a better place, peaceful under His wings. No more pain, no fear of hospital visit and unpleasant revelations, no medications to keep the body working. A place with no worries of what to eat what to wear, sleepless night and unrest. We give glory to our Father for this wonderful gift of perfect peace. We miss you dearly but who are we to question Him the one who holds our lives in His hands and has the last word. The Church join hands with your family and friends to wish you Eternal Rest.
Thank you for your contributions physically and financially in the work of God. Good night, sleep on until the resurrection day when we shall meet to part no more. Adieu.
Deaconess (Mrs) Olowu & family
Matron
CAC UK
Posted by Tayo Amole on July 13, 2021
Darling Mother you have fought the good fight and won the victory.
Your legacy lingers on. You have been a wonderful mother to me and my children. Is the constant prayers to pray for me on my birthdays or my hubby or children . You always remind me being a firstborn I shall never be the tail. ‘ Tayo olori ni e , oni tawo na, wa je olori for life ’ this is how you start your prayer over me.
You loved our boys especially your Femo femo you nicknamed him ‘oko mama e’ . Thank you for always supporting and advising our Mum as you call her iya pupa.
You are approachable and very reasonable in your advice and myself and Sister respect your wisdom.
You will surely be missed but God loves you best.
I can go on but I thank God for good memories of your prayers and birthday gifts always.
You are surely missed. And continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Love from Tayo Amole and all my family xxx
Posted by Ronke Omotosho on July 12, 2021
Mama Elebiola was a rare gem and her death was a shock. Mama would always call to check up on me, she will pray for me and encourage me, she will also ask about my siblings and Mama back at home. Mama will also send prayers and uplifting messages on wattsapp. Good night Mama and continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Paige Okundalaye on July 12, 2021
Dear Mummy Elebiola, news of your death came as a shock to me. You are loved beyond words and sure will be missed. Good night ma. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Ayo Oyebade on July 11, 2021
As a member of Ondo Union U.K., I had the pleasure of meeting Mama Felicia a few times. May God bless and comfort her family, friends and loved ones. May her soul rest in God’s peace.
Posted by esther akingbade-olatunji on July 11, 2021
Mama, you will be missed. Thank you for your consistent prayers and checking up on me and the children at the time of my husband’s demise few years ago. May God bless your family and loved ones. Keep resting in the Lord mama
Posted by Ebudola Ogunba on July 11, 2021
Mama I could remember the last time you called me, you advised me to go and get Vaccine because you have got yours. This made me to go for it. I pray that as you are taking care of all other families. God almighty would uphold and strengthen the family you left behind. IJN. Sunre mama dada.
Posted by Omowale Ajose-adeogun on July 11, 2021
I was shocked when I had about mummy death. Mummy has been the backbone for my dear friend and sister. She is a caring mother not only to her children but every child she ever meets. When I meet mummy I just fall in love with her, as if I know her for a long time. Mummy, you will be sorely missed by all of us. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Sun re ma.
Posted by Hey kid wanna buy some le... on July 11, 2021
Mama , you are going to be missed , you are mother to all , your kind words and advise will stay with me forever . Thank you for all you have done and continue to rest on. Yetunde
Posted by Mary Agbaje on July 11, 2021
It has not been possible for me to accept that you have left this so called world, it came as a shock when told. My beautiful Auntie, I adored your kindness, caring attitude, sincerity and reliable human being you were. I will always continue to keep you in my mind and never forget you.
You have contributed immensely to the growth of the ONDO CORAL LADIES CLUB UK your legacy remain forever. I pray to God Almighty to continue to strengthen the children, families and friends you left behind. MAY YOUR BEAUTIFUL SOUL CONTINUED TO REST IN PERFECT PEACE.
BY LADY FUNKE AGBAJE
Posted by Elisha Ademola-Anwo on July 11, 2021
I was tremendously shocked and saddened to hear of her passing in May. Though it gave me a heavy heart as well as endless tears throughout the remainder of the week. I prayed that you were on your well earned rest in God's kingdom.

She was no doubt one of the sweetest people I'll ever know, I can't really remember a time in my life from when I didn't know Grandma Ebiola for which I am glad. It did not take long for me to start seeing her as my Grandma at all, every visit and exchange to her was looked forward to, meaningful and memorable to which I'll fondly look back on for the years to come.

She will forever be missed by family and friends alike, rest in perfect peace Grandma. I hope I'll be able to meet you again.
Elisha (Oluwasemipe) Ademola-Anwo
Posted by Grace Anwo on July 11, 2021
To my one and only Grandma Elebiola, for as long as I can remember you have always been there. You have loved me and my siblings like your own grandchildren, you have been supported to each and every one of us. You have always been there at all of our family functions. It is a shame to have lost you but we will never forget all the things you have done for us all. Thank you for your endless love, support and encouragement. I will forever be thankful for everything you’ve done for me and my siblings. You were definitely loved by many and your legacy will live on forever ❤️ Rest in paradise queen. Love you forever and always. We love you and miss you. Sleep well ❤️
Posted by Awowole Awosunle on July 11, 2021
Dear Mummy Elebiola, as much as your death saddens me, I have faith that you are resting in the bossom of the almighty. Firstly I Thank Almighty God for keeping you all through those years and giving you a meaniful, resourceful and impactful life.

I am thankful for all our time together and your motherly advice and counsel. Romans 14:7 Reminds us that "For none of us lives for ourselves alone, and none of us dies for ourselves alone".

You lived for us all and made yourself a good buffer and intermediary to a lot of issues. I was so privileged to have you as my very special mum that meant so very much to me, you were such an important part of my family. You fought a good fight and won the race. You left a legacy that will be read through the generations, current and to come. You left a mark in our hearts, and nothing will ever erase. It is indelible in our hearts.

"Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies.
Strength and honor are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come.
She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth no the bread of idleness.
Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.
Many daughters have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all.
Favor is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised.
Give her the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates".

I am so grateful that some day I will see you again and get to spend eternity with you.

Ma sun olufe kosi ma simi gborile aya olugbala re a fe o sugbon jesu fe o ju sun re sun re suun re. RIP Mama Deaconess Felicia Monisola Elebiola
Posted by Mary Adekola on July 11, 2021
It’s hard to believe ma that you have gone. I actually phone you on Saturday 15th of May to tell you I wanted to come for visit. You didn’t pick my phone and I WhatsApp you neither did you reply, not until I was told you have gone to rest with the lord on Sunday. This is really shocking for me.May your soul continue to rest in peace ma. Sleep well ma

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Posted by Seyi Ogundele on July 15, 2021
Mama Elebiola! An amazing , caring, loving and prayerful mother. You took a very special interest in my 1st daughter and so we called you Sewa"s Grandma.
Thank you for your love, care and prayers. Thank you for always checking up even when it was awkward.
Thank you for all those words of wisdom and encouragement. My girls and I will miss you greatly.
Rest well Mama.
Posted by David Omotosho on July 14, 2021
Mama Elebiola, may your gentle soul rest peacefully in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ forever Ma. All of us at your old Church CAC UK, shall continue to miss you and we all love you, but the Lord loves you more, so he decided to take you back to the heavenly home to rest. Adieu Mama.
Elder A D Omotosho
Secretary
For and on behalf of myself,
my family and the entire
Members of CAC UK
London
Posted by Hefsiba Oyedokun on July 14, 2021
May mama gentle soul rest in perfect peace
her Life

Life and legacy of Deaconess (Mrs) Felicia Monisola Elebiola

Felicia Monisola was born 7 February 1939 in the town of Ondo in Ondo State to the family of the late Pa James Adewole and late Madam Esther Adewole.  Felicia was the firstborn of five children.  Felicia was very sociable and was a member of several elite clubs in the United Kingdom and Nigeria.  Felicia loved Nigerian fashion and jewellery and always dressed elegantly in the most elaborate and colourful Nigerian lace.

She was a devoted mother and Christian, a conscientious worker for Christ.  Felicia was ordained as a Deaconess in the Christ Apostolic Church UK.  She was a philanthropist and well known in all CAC churches both in the UK and abroad.

Felicia attended L. A Primary School in Ondo, after completion, she moved to Owo, where she lived with her aunt and completed her secondary schooling. Felicia qualified as a midwife at St. Louis Combine Hospital in Owo.  There she met, courted and married Pa William Feyisara Elebiola, a native of Owo.

The couple moved to the UK in 1962; where Felicia continued her nursing career and obtained her first certificate in RMNS Nursing in 1967 at St. EBBAS Hospital in Epsom.  In 1971, Felicia returned to Nigeria and joined the Nigerian Army as a nurse at Greek Hospital, Victoria Island and worked at several other Nigerian military hospitals. Felicia specialized as a psychiatric nurse and worked in Abeokuta, Ogun state, Ebute-Metta in Lagos state and finally Yaba Military Hospital where she voluntarily retired from the Army in 1991.  She later returned to the UK and continued her nursing profession.

Felicia Elebiola is survived by two sisters Malomo Ogunduyilemi and Abimbola Fawehinm; Two sons, Benson Abayomi and John Kayode Elebiola; five grandchildren Lamide, Jordan, Tobi Brendan, Elizabeth Elebiola, and several nephews and nieces.  She also had two late brothers, Jide Adewole and Afolabi Adewole.

Felicia Elebiola was very family orientated; she loved all her family and enjoyed spending time with them. She looked forward to family gatherings, especially her birthdays, where her children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews would attend with their families to celebrate with her. In addition, she had many friends whose company she enjoyed and who were always there for her. 
 
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Mr and Mrs Mundia Shadamoro

Shared by Erica Elebiola on July 14, 2021
Mummy Elebiola, I thank God for allowing me the opportunity to know you whilst you were with us, and it was a privilege knowing you. You were always a very caring, loving and gracious woman. I pray God allows you to rest in perfect peace. Amen.
From Mr and Mrs Mundia Shadamoro

Lt _ Col Rtd Mrs Lasebikan​

Shared by Erica Elebiola on July 14, 2021
As I fondly called her, Aunty mi was warm, loving and had a fear of God at heart. She gave willingly, and she will be missed by many who came across her.  May her beautiful soul rest in peace.  God will be with her lovely, respectful sons in Jesus mighty name Amen. 
Lt _ Col  Rtd Mrs Lasebikan

From Mrs Awosika and family

Shared by Erica Elebiola on July 13, 2021
Dear Mummy Deaconess  Elebiola. For  Ever Missed. Thank you for your kindness towards my family and me. You will be greatly missed. I  not forget words of God we used to share together on the platform even when you were admitted in the hospital. I  will never forget your words of encouragement, prayers and audio messages that we used to share together on the platform. Mummy Elebiola was a  woman of integrity, a peacemaker. Mummy, you did not only loved your own families but everyone around you. May the  Lord  Almighty be with all the families that you left behind, IJN AMEN. May your gentle  Soul Rest In Perfect Peace  IJN Amen. From Mrs Awosika and family.